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, progressive republicans like john mccain tried to stand us, instead of standing with us, fighting a united front and holding the president accountable and bringing him to the negotiating table, they cap ittualated. the republican party had success. they ran campaigns on the affordable care act. if we want to cap ittualate to the middle and run moderate candidates, we are going to lose. >> you won big in districts that are heavily republican. the country has been distributed in districts has favoureded the republicans. the republican party hasn't regained the senate or the white house. >> we are putting health care cap ittualators like mitt romney at the top of the ticket and john mccain. >> let's talk about john mccain. this is what he had to say. >> we are not going to go through the shutdown again. people have been too traumatised by it. there's too much damage. >> tom, are you as optimistic as senator john mccain. my party has has learnt a lesson. if the tea party conditions to go down the road, all they'll do is empower the democrats. they'll have to elect democrats. they have lost us
those that oppose senator cruz. probably the most outspoken were john mccain and bob corker. they said it was never disagreeing on obama care. these were tactical differences. what was the tactic that was offered that would be an alternative? did you get a straight answer on that? >> not really. they looked at the numbers and thought it was impossible to get to a place where anybody could pick off moderate democrats and that democrats would then vote to defund obama care. they didn't see how the leverage would be there to get to that point. i don't think you can talk down their antipathy for obama care. >> let's assume because a lot of conservatives including myself would have preferred they were united and stayed strong. that wasn't the case in the senate. for a long time it was in the house. i don't think the speaker did this. with a lot of purpose. i think he was pushed. if the republicans had held as one in the house and senate do you think it would have been a stand-off forever? >> no. that's a great point. it's a big if. there were a lot of break ages at the gipg. 213 i think the
of a weapon. >>> some of the gops big guns are taking a debut of the obama care program. john mccain calls it a fiasco. in an interview with senator ted cruz, he says hhs secretary has to go. as a first step to fix the problem. chris lawrence is in washington. chris, sounds like the administration is going to counter with a rose garden event tomorrow, talking about the benefits of obama care. what are you hearing? >> that's right, don. a little after 11:00 in the morning in the rose garden, the president will bring consumers, some pharmacists, certain small business owners, who all support his affordable care act. basically some of these folks will be people who didn't have health care coverage before who have now enrolled in the program or those who are looking at enrolling and going through the process. he's going to sort of out to the achievements of the program. and he is also going to adjust the glitches. you know, people getting error messages. not able to get a pass word. taking weeks to even get through the simplest part of the system. and he will try to address that. and senator m
no confidence in their government. and can you blame them? >> john mccain there, one of the old school republicans, and a senator who has been around who knows what it is like to strike the bipartisan deals. >> exactly, two weeks ago i said this tactic will not work. >> he was right, the republicans and john mccain are actually blaming some of their own members in congress. >> reporter: on the senate floor, john mccain slammed the partisanship on both sides during this shutdown. >> it is one of the most shameful chapters than i have seen. >> reporter: but in print, he was much tougher on his own caucus, telling the new york times, republicans must understand that we lost the battle as i predicted weeks we wouldn't be able to win. republican senator graham said we went too far, we screwed up. mickey edwards said he believed that obama was too inflexible in the standoff, but the republicans over reached, he believed. >> the republicans are not going to believe the president is responsible especially when they're trying to undo a law that is already enacted. when you tie it in with the th
the government again, i guarantee it. >> our sunday exclusive with republican senator john mccain. and with the man who says not so fast. >> this is a terrible deal. >> leading the charge to gut obama care and leaving his party splintered in his wake, our dana bash with tea party favorite, texas republican ted cruz. >>> then, what's next for the tea party? our political panel weighs in on the fiscal fiasco, the flawed health care launch, and the 2014 midterms. this is "state of the union." >>>ed a good morning from washington. i'm gloria borger in for candy crowley. despite a failed effort to defund obama care that resulted in bringing much of the government to a standstill for 16 days, senator ted cruz isn't giving up the fight. and even though he isn't winning many friends here in washington, republicans in his home state are standing by their man. cruz received a hero's welcome saturday at a texas convention of republican women, and cnn's chief congressional correspondent dana bash was there and spoke with the freshman senator right after that event. dana, that was quite a hero
is happening? >> i'm surprised it's so public. i'm surprised john mccain goes to the floor and calls people whacko birds. >> you're surprised by that. >> let me show you what john mccain said. this is john mccain talking about the damage to the republican party. >> what does this do to the republican party brand, then? >> well it's hurt. the point is, that what we need to do, move forward with immigration reform, get a positive agenda for america, continue the fight against obama care, get taxes down. address this whole issue of sequestration which is devastating the military. there are so many things we can do on a positive agenda and get off this, keep up the fight against obama care but don't shut down the government and have see much collateral damage. >> there he is, the voice of reason. >> the voice of reason. who i must say put sarah palin on his own national ticket. >> that's the irony. >> the idea he is posturing that he is a resistor when he enabled it and put one of the craziest and least informed people on the ticket. he owns it. >> creating sarah palin who begat ted cruz if you
? >> i'm surprised it's so public. i'm surprised john mccain goes to the floor and calls people whacko birds. >> you're surprised by that. >> let me show you what john mccain said. this is john mccain talking about the damage to the republican party. >> what does this do to the republican party brand, then? >> well it's hurt. the point is, that what we need to do, move forward with immigration reform, get a positive agenda for america, continue the fight against obama care, get taxes down. address this whole issue of sequestration which is devastating the military. there are so many things we can do on a positive agenda and get off this, keep up the fight against obama care but don't shut down the government and have see much collateral damage. >> there he is, the voice of reason. >> the voice of reason. who i must say put sarah palin on his own national ticket. >> that's the irony. >> the idea he is posturing that he is a resistor when he enabled it and put one of the craziest and least informed people on the ticket. he owns it. >> creating sarah palin who begat ted cruz if you will i
obamacare because rhinosaurs and establishment republicans like john mccain started to attack real conservatives like you and me, ted cruz and mike lee. they're afraid of us. they know they're going extinct. in the end we will win. it sure sounds like tea party is trying to create an internal war in the republican party and doesn't tom have a point? some of the tea party candidates seats? >> no. i disagree with that assertion, and i have to take things that karl rove says in the wake of the 2012 elections with a grain of salt. looking at the tactics we're employing here, what happened here is that progressives in this country declared war on us. they declared war on the american people by forcing this law down their throat. what conservatives aim to do was defund this law and make sure that it doesn't have economic impacts that we fear on the american people. when we started to tear apart the law, progressive republicans like john mccain and john cornyn started to try to tear down us. instead of standing with us and fighting a united front against obamacare and holding the presiden
a moment. rational question. i want a rational answer to this. why was it only john mccain who ever spoke up? i think there's a rational political reason for it. why they don't speak up against this fringe. my answer, they want that 5% or 10% to add to their numbers. your thoughts. >> i agree 100%. >> okay. thank you, jonathan capehart. this is up against a doomsday device called the debt ceiling we're about to perhaps pass and blow things up economically and cultural we're seeing a wildfire. thank you. >>> up next, highlights from my appearance on the "realtime with bill maher." they say things there we can't say here. and this is "hardball," the place for politics. >>> back to "hardball." time for the sideshow. the movie "gravity" is soaring at the box office. but here on earth many nasa programs are on hold thank bs to the government shutdown. here's how the folks at "saturday night live" dealt with that over the weekend. >> just pass me that wrench. what was that? >> i think some debris hit the telescope. >> oh, my god. we're detached. what do we do? >> stay calm. stay calm. houston,
party. >> i want to play one bit of sound from senator john mccain, who says he's seriously considering running for another term in 2016, when he will turn 80 years old. he talked about it with k.f.y.i.a.m. in phoenix. >> i'm seriously thinking about maybe giving another opportunity for you to vote for or against me in a few years from now. i'm seriously giving that a lot of thought. >> kevin, surprised at all? >> not at all. i think that when you have been in the senate as long as john mccain has and you built this distinguished career as he has, he still thinks he has something to give to the process, particularly now where he feels like he can be somebody who can bridge a lot of these different factions on the republican party and the democrats. >> in many ways we have the old john mccain back. he is somebody -- >> the question will be is can the old john mccain still get elected in arizona. >> we should point out, i know you know roberta mccain, his mother, who is clearly north of 100 years old. >> doing great. >> the mccains can live a very, very long time. one way or the other. wh
are now overplaying their hand. senator john mccain crying foul, as democrats renounce the latest house republican plan. >> it is a federal case again, a michigan affirmative action court ruling going before the u.s. supreme court. and one of the largest oil companies in america now trying to prevent the company of ecuador from collecting $18 billion. >> ♪ ng toward a potential default, mrs. a lot of talk about ending the government shut down, and the deadlock over the debt ceiling. but still no deal. senator leaders are now saids to close to an agreement, the house republicans they have come up with their own plan which was swiftly rejected. joins us now live, what does it mean that the house republican party putting forward it's own plan, does that mean a deal. >> well, it's not a good sign, because we are seeing republicans talking about something different than the house. and they are bringing up issues that are all but forgotten. john boehner says no firm decisions have been made, but they are seeing details of a plan emerge, here is speaker baner. >> a lot of opinions about what
that the democrats are now overplaying their hand. senator john mccain crying foul, as democrats renounce the latest house republican plan. >> it is a federal case again, a michigan affirmative action court ruling going before the u.s. supreme court. and one of the largest oil companies in america now trying to prevent the company of ecuador from collecting $18 billion. >> ♪
and relatives -- and radicals. republican approval rates have hit record lows. senator john mccain told the "new york times," republicans have to understand we have lost this battle, as i predicted weeks ago, that we were not able to win because we were demanding something that was not achievable. meanwhile, barack obama has stood his ground. the president that on his opponents backing down while accusing republicans of holding the country to ransom. >> the problem is that we have seen this ransomship as a strategy time and time again. i think the american people have made very clear that is not how we expect washington to do business. >> perhaps the biggest losers of washington lawmakers in general -- only a quarter of the u.s. population think democrats and republicans are doing an adequate job of governing the country. the majority of americans now believe the u.s. needs a third major party. >> olivia man has pleaded not guilty for two u.s. bombings. the blast killed more than 220 people. al-liby is expected of having links to al qaeda and with seized earlier this month. >> in a new york fede
't want to deal with in this stage. way but john mccain, who has been very critical of his own party in saying they messed this up and ted cruz led the party down the blind alley. today he said, this is at least a serious proposal by boehner so why won't the democrats sit down and figure it out? listen. >> i again urning my democratic colleagues, we know you have the upper hand. isn't it time we help to find a way out of this, which is what the american people want, rather than who won and who lost? >> now, just a few moments ago, democratic senator chris coons of delware said we're in dangerous territory of the government rung out of borrowing authority. it doesn't feel very urgent around here. either at the white house or the hill. people are still talking. they're acting as if they whatnot to get a deal. but we're now basically two days away and we're not at some critical stage where the liters in both parties are being dragged to the white house. instead, senators are saying we're in dangerous territory and people in both parties seem to be taking it lackadaisically. >> isn't the
the political process, and that is not it has happened and now we have hostagetaking. senator john mccain tweets -- arguet op-ed the writers the budget drama roles onto the arctic the ball and dreary and with both sides split over increasingly small differences. how small is the gulf between republicans and democrats at? i think they are as small between the senate and democrat republicans and many of the house republicans, that there is a group in the house we are very far from. basically what that editorial is saying, cut our losses. we should never have went down this road. republican andhe then walked away. things like that. for folks watching at home, this is not tim riney and democrat, karl rove, john mccain -- all of these major republican figures that up to this point were considered tea party activists as well, and they are the ones saying it. they are pretty isolated in the system. host: next color on the line for democrats. caller. a question.ve i was not good at math in high school, but if we do not take on more of the debt, why is the world will go into more debt? why has look -- so
into the unimaginable default of america's debts. >> john mccain recently appeared with host mar is that maccallum and when maccallum asked about the suspension of the death benefits mccain said it was the republican-induced and senator ted cruise of texas does not represent all republicans. >> let's have a little straight tarbgs marthat. they wouldn't have had the opportunity to handle it that way if we had not shut down the government on a fool's premise, it was the repeal of obama care. i fought against obama care harder than any one wanting to shut down the government. i campaigned all over the country saying elect mitt romney and we were not going to defund obama care so we shut down the government and then that gave the opportunity for this to be terribly, awfully mismanaged and mishandled by the white house. if we hadn't shut down the government, this wouldn't have happened. >> how do you feel about him representing you there? >> first of all, please, martha, he is not representing us there. >> that was john mccain of arizona. >> the power and where this is all headed. >> well, cruz has ben
john mccain of arizona. i started out by asking him about the damage that this entire process has done to his profession, to his party and to the country. >> we have damaged our credibility very badly, and all of us. the president's numbers have gone down. democrat's numbers have gone done. republican's numbers have gone down only greater. and it has eroded the confidence. you just showed, eroded the confidence on the part of the american people. remember that many of the members of the house were elected in 2010, promising to repeal or defund obama care. the problem with their strategy was that it was a fool's errand. we were not going to defund obama care. that's why we had an election in 2012. that's part of what that was all about. so it was a terrific mistake. we inflicted pain on the american people that was totally unnecessary. and we cannot do this again. we republicans have a hole that we've got to come out of. and obviously we're going to have to do a lot of work. well, he's entitled to his views. he's entitled to his, to what he wants to do. and he's responsible to the voter
john mccain got the nomination and when mitt romney was pulling ahead of rick santorum, oh, my god the divide is massive. in this situation you do have a changing of the guard going on. i said this the other day and took a lot of heat for it. but i think the days of mitch mcconnell and john mccain are being numbered now. for five years they've been consistently good at losing to barack obama. they have nothing that they can say they've done independently to actually grow the gop. and my point about this is this -- >> they got the sequester. >> they got the sequester. but part of the reason why they got it was conservative and tea party members took back the house. john mccain was not picking candidates. john mccain was not taking back the house after they lost it. in fact they lost it partly because of the establishment's leadership. the conservative tea party people got out there. they put on their boots. they worked hard, they got back the house. so, you know, when they say the tea party's ruining us, remember john mccain is the one who picked sarah palin. he's the one that creat
example of arizona senator john mccain violating the 11th commandment. watch this. >> i was standing there watching senator cruz as you were. he says he's standing there with the american people. the american people disapprove of republicans now by 74%. to tell american people that you can defund obama care was a fool's errand and a desepgs of the -- deception of the american people, and i resent that. after '95, we waited 20 years before we tried this experiment again. i hope it will be another 15 to 20 years before we try it again. >> what the senator failed to realize was the reason president cruz did what they did and the republicans did what they did was because you, the americans, were sold a bill of goods what it came to obama care. nothing he promised is even close to what the reality is today. here is a small sampling of what it was you, the taxpayers, were promised. >> under the reform we're proposing, if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. if you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan. and if you do have health insurance, we'll help make
on solutions. >> i was in the hallway tonight. john mccain was holding a copy of that poll you just read and a reporter asked do you think the republicans are going to give on this? and he said of course. and someone said why? he said because 74% of americans are blaming republicans. do you feel like enough already? >> we should never have got to this point. >> it was a republican strategy in the house. >> it was a strategy to get both sides to talk. that's why we passed the funding bills. w.i.c. we passed a funding bill for that. but the opportunity was to get both houses and the president engaged on negotiations on this stuff. >> but isn't that like saying you knocked humity -- humpity dumpity off the wall and now are trying to put him back together? what is going to happen tomorrow? >> is there a -- i guess the big question right now in washington is not whether mitch mcconnell and harry reid are going to be able to strike a deal. i think people think that is going to happen and could pass the senate fairly overwhelming. will house republicans go for it? >> i think it's in the details
." >>> and sobering words from one of the most powerful member of the senate, john mccain calling this whole ordeal, and i'm quoting him now, one of the more shameful chapters he's seen. >>> plus, my interview with a key house republican. is he prepared to vote for the senate's proposed deal to end the government shutdown, to raise the nation's debt ceiling? that's next. stay with us. you're in "the situation room." hing, helicopters buzzing, and truck engine humming. sfx: birds chirping sfx: birds chirping just by talking to a helmet. it grabbed the patient's record before we even picked him up. it found out the doctor we needed was at st. anne's. wiggle your toes. [ driver ] and it got his okay on treatment from miles away. it even pulled strings with the stoplights. my ambulance talks with smoke alarms and pilots and stadiums. but, of course, it's a good listener too. [ female announcer ] today cisco is connecting the internet of everything. so everything works like never before. and better is so easy withrning tyou cabenefiber.o something thbetter for yourself.hing. fiber that's taste-free, gri
? tonight, late details on the deal and senator john mccain joins us live. >>> plus, fed up with washington for kicking the can down the road again. the growing frustration tonight across this country. >>> air scare. an emergency in the skies over texas. tonight the explosion and fire and why passengers on board the plane thought it was time to say good-bye to their family members on the ground. >>> and the salute from a badly wounded american soldier. last night we showed you the photo getting so much attention. tonight the remarkable personal story behind it. "nightly news" begins now. >>> good evening. there is not much time to lose and this one is poised to go down to the wire tonight. but it appears the united states will avoid -- just barel avoid the economic damage from defaulting on the debt while also ending the government shutdown which for millions of americans has been our long national nightmare for the past 16 days. for the republicans in congress who caused this to happen it may be a long walk home. the party has been hurt. people have been hurt. mostly it's had a corrosive a
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happened. i don't know what numbers john mccain referred to, but if you look at the numbers that the labor bureau statistics puts out, it is very simple. the man that ran it said the job creation during this period of time was remarkable. he doesn't ever think it happened before. the unions came out, including the teamsters, saying the obama care is destroying the 40-hour work week. >> because there is a dis-incentive built into obama care to give somebody a job over 30 hours a week. a business man like you has the incentive to employ somebody for 20 hours a week, because of brar care. >> if you have three employees working 20 hours a week, if you have five you can get the same number of hours without having to cover the cost of health care. >> it is the same hourly rate you have to pay but you don't have to pay obama care cost. >> exactly, you really decrease the cost of part-time employment while you have increased the cost of full-time employment, and you see the employers reacting to that. if you went to the grocery store and beef was up, chicken was down, you would buy chicken. >> how
failed day for them. i think they said we're tired of losing all the time with john mccain leading so the younger guys -- >> with respect -- >> they -- >> with respect, ben, they lost again and cost the american economy $24 billion. quite a high price to pay. quite a high price to pay. talk about obama care when they could have been talking act it anyway without shutting down the government. anthony weiner, ben ferguson laid down the challenge to you. talking complete nonsense, what do you want to say? >> he actually made my point. you can't say we're in favor of undoing something someone else did. it's hard to discern a difference from campaign 2012. what i referred to is simply saying we're against something and voting 46 times to defund it or stop it or end it doesn't count in my book to being for something in washington. if you're for affordability and availability of health care, that's something you try to navigate the differences. i don't think the scaffolding of a party can't just be i'm against anything obama does. i don't think that resinating with the american people. >> wh
including republicans in the senate. we talked to john mccain, he said he's frustrated with everyone, and he puts the blame on house republicans, but he said democrats are not immune. >> it's a reason to negotiate. and instead, the democrats are rejecting it out of hand. and i think that's very very wrong. this was a fool's errand to start with. we were never going to defund obamacare, but now there appears to be a good faith proposal from the republican side, not insisting on defunding obamacare, and they're making reasonable provisions and that should be negotiated on rather than being rejected out of hand. >> so you hear senator mccain there spreading blame around to everyone. but at this point, it's the house republicans who seem to have over played their hand. their plan dead in the water, and now the focus will be back to the senate, where we were 24 hours ago basically, we'll go back to the plan shaping up. and we'll go to back to reid and mcconnell. >> let me see if i can get it straight, the republicans were going to introduce their own bill in the house, but it wasn't conservative
in the clear. you talked with senator john mccain who said there will be no second shut down. let's listen into what he said. >> there are so many things that we can do and keep up the fight against obama care but don't shut down the government. i'm confident that the american people will not stand for another repetition of this disaster. so the american people will not stand for it. but why is he so certain that republican ares won't stand for it either? >> he thinks that republicans are looking at the same polls that he was looking at. 2/3 of the american public blame the republican party. blamed republican ares by 20 points more than they blamed the president. i think he made it clear. he thinks this was a losing fight for them. he pointed out that there was tremendous economic damage. why would the congress want to do more economic damage to the country? cruz told us that he doesn't serve the republican party and this is what he had to say about another potential shut down. >> you are deliberately not ruling it out. >> there are a lot of politics in washington that want to say no more
'm surprised that ted cruz got a paragraph out before john mccain dragged him off the senate floor. i mean, i cannot imagine that -- >> this was not on the floor. >> sorry, wherever he was speaking. in the hallway, somewhere in the u.s. capitol building. i can't imagine the comments he made about his own republican colleagues in the senate found much favor with the caucus. i wonder if you've had any reaction from folks in mitch mcconnell's office or john mccain. >> i just spoke to john mccain. he said he and ted cruz are getting along just fine. everything is okay. and the senate will vote to pass it. and with a large republican result. mccain is in sort of the winner's camp, if i can use a term like that. he had predicted this would be the outcome. so he was not going to pick a fight with ted cruz today. mccain and the leadership are getting the outcome, as bruised as they all are getting to this point, this is the outcome they want, to get it voted on today from the senate side, to not have someone like ted cruz interfere with what house republicans might do. these are steps that people had
to do so. he voted no on the bipartisan immigration bill that was supported by people like john mccain and marco rubio. that bill passed the senate with 68 votes. pretty dominating there. he voted no on the farm bill that included funding for food stamps. he opposed john brennan. he did the same for chuck hagel. a republican. he opposed jack lew with the treasury. he was one of only three to vote against john kerry to lead the state department. i'm convinced -- this is a hard one to say. if caroline kennedy, if her nomination was confirmed by the senate for going to japan, i wonder if they'd had an actual roll call where he would have voted, this guy. he wants to be on the record as the most anti-barack obama. he's pretending it's all about protecting the harm caused by obama care. all those crocodile tears. he's in there on an assault mission to put the dynamite under the tracks causing the train wreck. he's not there to cry about its failures. he's there to destroy obama. look at his eyes. are those the eyes of a guy looking out for regular people or the eyes of a guy going into a di
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